Showing posts with label Herbs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Herbs. Show all posts

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2020

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter for March 2020 is now available. This month, our feature article is all about Winterizing Herbs from the garden.  Sage, as shown in the picture, does not need to come indoors as it happily produces all winter long. We also focus on Rosemary.  One gardener tells how she and some friends preserve a tradition by canning Grandma's Chili Sauce.  Finally, a gardener talks about the pleasure of growing blueberry bushes.
I am sad to report that this is the last issue of The Edible Garden Newsletter.  We are combining this newsletter with another existing newsletter, Trowel Talk.  We will be taking the best from the two newsletters and creating one, retaining the Trowel Talk name.  It will be available of the 15th of each month.  If you subscribe to The Edible Garden you do not need to do anything to keep your newsletters flowing.  Thanks to all for your support over the past 6 plus years.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Edible Garden Newsletter December 2016

Lanark County Master Gardeners Edible Garden Newsletter
The Edible Garden Newsletter December 2016 continues with our feature on How to Garden All Year Round.  We also help bring the taste of the garden with an article on Fresh Herbs that includes information on growing and using herbs.  Finally, as Christmas is approaching, we have included recipes from the cookbooks of our own Master Gardeners.  Hope you enjoy.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Edible Garden Newsletter November 2016

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter 2016 demonstrates ways gardeners can do what they love all year round.  We also start a new series demonstrating different methods of preserving herbs, this month focusing on freezing them.  Finally, for the frugal gardener, how long will your surplus seeds last and how to test if they are still viable.

Saturday, December 12, 2015

How to Grow an Indoor Herb Garden

Lanark County Master Gardeners - How to Grow an Indoor Herb Garden
A windowsill Herb Garden is an excellent way to beautify your home and save money in the kitchen, Infographic has created this excellent graphic and cheat sheet to help you grow herbs indoors and out.  Read More

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Cilantro and Coriander--Two herbs in one

Cilantro is a wonderful herb.  In its leafy form, it adds zip to your stir frys and other dishes.  The seed form is Coriander and it is used extensively in Mexican cooking.  It is quick and easy to grow and can be planted repeatedly throughout the season.  Read more

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2015

Do you want to grow your own fresh herbs?  Get your kids interested in gardening?  Read our March 2015 edition of the Edible Garden Newsletter.  All this and Garden tips, book reviews, recipes and more.  Read more

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Growing Basil

Ancient Greeks and Romans thought basil would only grow if you screamed wild curses and shouted while sowing.  What type of Basil will you scream and curse at this year?  Read more

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Catmint--a Treat for your Cat

Is it catmint or catnip? Either way, it is a real treat for your cat! Read more

Monday, September 1, 2014

Easy Basil Pesto Recipe

In the fall, your Basil is producing like gang busters.  Why not make use this simple recipe to create a delicious pesto so you can enjoy all winter long. The recipe also includes variations you can use for other herbs.   Read more

Monday, January 6, 2014

Know your Basil

There are so many varieties of Basil.  How do you know which one is for you?  Read more

Growing and Preserving Herbs

Herbs add that extra zip to our food and fresh herbs are even better.  You can easily grow you own.  Read more

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Growing Lavender

Lavender thrives in poor soil conditions.  For tips on growing this aromatic herb, read on

Cilantro--Love it or hate it!

Cilantro is actually 2 crops in one--the leafy cilantro and the Coriander seed.  Read more to learn about these wonderful herbs.

Growing Mustard

Mustard is one of the earliest herbs known to man.  To grow it in your garden, read more.

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